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, and leslie, because we're committed. in the future i would just like to say before i'd like to have mike come up and say a word, i think we need more presentations on maritime and our clients. i think it's important. i think we need to be abreast. and we know this is a port with a lot of diversity in it from stadiums to maritime, to exploratorium. we all can coexist. madam president, i'd like to have mike come up and maybe jim wants to come up. i appreciate their efforts and hard work and professionalism [speaker not understood]. >> hello. thank you, madam president and commission. i appreciate the time. and willie, all the rest of the staff. i want to tell you, it was quite interesting for me. houston, texas is another world. california was -- [laughter] >> that was humidity, right, getting off the plane for sure. we were well received. and, again, i'd like to comment on the port, jim and peter and willie, we worked as a team in the sense our common goal is to bring work to the port of san francisco, develop the brake, boat and bulk facilities that we have and that are still vital maritime d
was a 44 year-old man and it is being investigated he shot him right now. >> and leslie is recalling 230,000 canisters of next week because of possible bill salmonella contamination. -- nestle's the batched says use by october 14th. you can see in the shot. the problem was caused by an ingredient supplier and the product has since been recalled. so far no instances of any illnesses such check the bottom of your canisters. >> we are out of the gate and we can see the dow is off by 20 points. we are hoping the president says any way that today it will give the markets a better idea of what lies ahead and the showdown. with the republicans and democrats over this fiscal clef. right now we are down. and i was pretty wet overnight, right now storm tracker showing as the bulk of that weather has moved on. there lingering showers off of the water that are headed this way. we still have a chance for two of light rain later on. >> here is on the free to ponder this morning is as ground-breaking are creepy? a baby dallas green and a lot of criticism and praise called the breast milk and baby doll.
myself as i listened to the panel today and i'm working with mike and leslie on the program, what kind of words would describe what we're doing? well, certainly impressive is one. reassuring is one, that we see what's going on, the planning, the capabilities. i think another is to underline the importance and then this panel in particular they underline t the importance of looking on this as a building operation. each year has been a little better than the year before or different. if that's been iterative or a plus [speaker not understood]. somebody asked if we could keep this going. may i remind you it's been going for 31 years. we've had this last two years that have been the most impressive iteration, but it's been going for a long while. let me try to sort of summarize it by using an image. how many of you have looked closely at the great seal of our republic? if you look closely you'll see that the center piece is an eagle. the eagle holds an olive branch to show that united states will always seek peace. let me say not only peace, but the united states will always seek solutions
he is so fat. >> reporter: in lesli heights, arts. >> it takes about an hour per pumpkin. >> reporter: she has been carving for almost 10 years. she gets a request for her jack-o-lanterns every year but refuses to make a business of it. >> this is for me a hobby. . >> very artistic and i think it would take a lot of time. >> reporter: and what is even better than beyond brilliant. the fact that we can do any of this at all. >> this girl wouldn't let me go out in the hurricane so i was stuck at home watching movies and everything. so now we get to see it. >> reporter: i don't think nick could hear us so well out in georgetown. >> it's that kind of night. believe me. >>> so you never know what's going to happen. check out the pumpkin carving experiment that ended with a bang. >> are are you ready? >> i'm ready. >> are you sure? >> i think so. . >> okay. let's see here. >> oh. >> okay. we blew up the whole thing. [ laughing ] >> blew up the whole thing. not what you had in mind. that guy is known as the hooked on flying high and he was trying to demonstrate how you can use a small explos
at the lock will be there. >> leslie page of atlanta landed at s.f.o. with a similar story. >> sometimes i fine the lock has been tampered with, and my valuables are sometimes missing. >> a story tim has read over and over again. he works for the travel blog. >> it's been a low-level buzz for several years, and it seems to have spiked recently. >> he estimates its happened to him two or three times a year. it happened so much he started documenting it with pictures. here's a picture of the tsa lock on his bag before a trip to germany. here's video of the bag coming off the luggage carousel without the lock. >> i can't tell you why. i was told they had keys and my lock would be secure, and in fact -- >> at brookstone san francisco airport location, tsa approved locks sell for 20 bucks and are a popular item. store personnel tell us the combination locks are often sold out. exactly what is happening with the locks? well, that remains a question for debate. >> it may actually be a situation where tsa agents are pilfering items from the bags, and don't want there to be any evidence left over.
. >> in a letter to rita williams, leslie sir man time told them to look and they could start lurking if the bone tones out to be garret's. >>> and he had his first nfl start made the most of it on monday night football as the chicago bears were beaten. it s 16-23 and man, 243 yards, 2 touchdowns and the 49ers jumped out to a big lead scoring on each of their first four possessions. final was 32-7. >> it just felt great to be out there on -- out there with the team and we came out on top so it was good >> speak of defense, austin smith had a career high 5.5 sacks, that is the most in monday night history. last night's game had a lot of mean being for a family in their area. coming up, you will hear from the father of the quarterback and the special phone call he receives late sunday night. >> that is what dreams are made of. >> and it was a great game. >> sal, i know you are looking at some major delays on call train -- cal train? >> yes, wee they will calling that person a pedestrian and cal train has hit that person and there are major delays on the system. now we are getting word it can be sto
. >> reporter: when leslie told the children's place she was uncomfortable giving them her identification just to make an exchange, the children's place told her it's corporate policy. >> we can't do any returns unless we have an id. >> reporter: the children's place is not alone. victoria's secret requires a photo i.d. with or without a receipt. according to the national retail federation, 62% of retailers have similar policies. so where does your information go? well, likely here, to the retail equation. a service that tracks how often you bring stuff back and identifies habitual returners. the retail equation says return fraud and renting, buying an item to wear and return, cost the industry billions each year. so they are tracking you and all of your returns at all of the stores in their database. do it too often and you may lose your right to bring back your purchases anywhere. >> they have no right, in my view, of swiping my driver's license. >> reporter: congresswoman jackie speier believes it's an invasion of privacy and retailers are gaming the system. california civil code currently
on the street. leslie phillips wanted to light candles to remember the victim. >> that boy was 19 years old,. >> reporter: she runs a group that teaches people how to treat trauma. she rushed over yesterday trying to help but it was too late. >> when we were here yesterday, there were about 30 people standing around watching and they didn't know what to do. >> reporter: she's one of many fed up with the violence. four homicides in less than 24 hours this holiday weekend. >> it's very heartbreaking, i wish there were none. >> reporter: in oakland, cara liu. >> reporter: more details now on the violence, the oakland tribune reports that the two shooting deaths this morning bring the total number of homicides this year in oakland to 115. that's five more than last year when there were 110 homicides. the all time high for homicides was 175. >>> the s.w.a.t. team surrounded a home in the mountain view area. richard johnson locked himself inside the apartment on alice avenue after he hit his girlfriend. the girlfriend managed to get out but police say johnson remained hold up with a shotgun for s
. there is plenty we don't know about election 2012. >> we have lesli foster to help crunch the numbers. the key races, ballot questions and the big prize of the presidency, how it might shake out when the last votes are counted. >> reporter: i'm joined by my partner in crunching, bob kettle who's the dean of the school of public policy at the university of maryland. let's take a look at two swing counties in virginia to get a bit of a picture. loudoun and prince william county. at last check, in prince william county it's almost a dead heat there. romney gets 48.6 to the president's -- in loudoun with more than 97% of the precincts reporting, president obama gets 51.4% of the vote to governor romney's 47.1%. now, when we compare that to 2008, you can see that the president won loudoun by 53.6%, and then prince william county by 57.5%. what do all these numbers tell us, don? >> what's going on here is that the president is looking not comfortable, but at least perhaps well enough to win virginia, but he has lost support in some of these key swing counties compared to where he had been back in 20
character leslie plays by amy poehler gets a surprise engagement gift, the opportunity to meet her number one crush. >> how did you do this? >> called in a few favors. >> excuse me here. >> a few hundred favors, mr. vice president. ben wyatt from congressman murray's office. >> dave told me you would be coming by. welcome. >> you're -- my name just came out of your mouth. >> well, yeah, it did. >> well, this isn't happening. this isn't real. >> no, it's happening. and i'm delighted to have you here. on behalf of the president and myself -- >> oh, mr. vice president, i am deeply flattered but there's no way i could take over madam secretary's position. >> i'm confident you could do that job or any other. >> okay, i will. >> the reason you're here is i'm told you've done such a great job in the town of indiana and i want to say congratulations for your public service. >> i just want to say thank. >> you're very welcome. >> you're very welcome. >> you're very handsome. >> you're nuts. >> thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >> we'll see you tomorrow. >> well, you will? >> thank you,
second panel. these are pollsters and political experts. leslie sanchez is a republican strategist. she runs the impacto group. stu rothenberg is one of the most respected political analysts in the land. he puts out the rothenberg political reports. anthony salvanto is the cbs news political director. he's the director of elections. anna greenberg is a senior vice president of the democratic polling firm greenberg, quinlan, and roster upon and last but not least our old friend larry sabato, the political guru of the university of virginia center for politics. stewart, let me talk to you. and you i talked last week. >> we did. >> schieffer: you said, don't look at me. i have no idea who is going to win. and this is what you do for a living. right now, how do you think this thing is breaking on this last weekend? >> i think the popular vote looks even or close to even, bob. i think anybody would be crazy to confidently predict how that's going to go. i still think the electoral college is easier for the president to get to 270. it's not impossible for governor romney, but all the pieces h
. people call it l.b.i., "the island." >> reporter: for most of her life, leslie houston has called this island home. >> once you've been here and you've got the sand in your shoes, you never want to leave. it's a legacy. it's a life. it's what your home town means to you if you spent 53 years there. >> reporter: which is why it's so hard to see it shattered. what do you think of whose happened to your island? >> we've gotten a real slap in the face. >> reporter: few things were spared on this strip of resort towns which since the late 1800s, has been a haven for fishermen and sun series,. >> they were in their petticoats and all that. that's how this island started. it was a vacation spot for the people in philadelphia. >> reporter: 10,000 people live here year-round, but in the summer the population swells to 100,000, with families vacationing in towns names ship bottom, surf city, and brandt beach. >> atlantic city is 13, 14 miles due south of us here. >> reporter: glenn reitinger's family built their first summer home here in 1949. >> a lot of folks here that live here are teach
, as the sergeant leslie h. sabo jr. post office building. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from arizona, mr. gosar, and the gentleman from missouri, mr. clay, will each control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from arizona. mr. gosar: thank you, mr. speaker. i yield myself such time as i may consume. i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous material on the bill under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. gosar: mr. speaker, h.r. 5954, introduced by the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. altmire, would designate the facility of the united states postal service located at 320 7th street in ellwood city, pennsylvania, as the sergeant leslie h. sabo jr. post office building. the bill is co-sponsored by the entire pennsylvania state delegation and was favorably reported by the committee on oversight and government reform on september 20. mr. speaker, sergeant leslie sabo jr. was known for his heroism while serving in the army d
-star general, leslie clashing, good to have you. >> great to be with you. >> neil: the argument is whether the white house is running out the clock, what do you think? >> i don't think so. i think you have to lay this thing in a real investigation. after 9/11 we took four years to really understand what happened. it turned out before 9/11 there were really strong warnings. i think there is something else going on here in benghazi. there is a lot of cloak and dagger stuff associated with it. there have been enough leaks to make me believe there is more to this story. >> neil: has there been enough to discomfort you that it's possible even the president or very least his top advisors let us down? >> no, i don't think so. i think it's opposite. i think they were doing remarkable things in benghazi. they don't want to release what was actually going on there. the ambassador didn't live in benghazi. the ambassador was in tripoli. benghazi is something else. >> neil: but there were many warnings about how bad benghazi was and you don't think right now would, it do any good? >> think what is goin
don't we give her the chair we have? we are not using if. using it? >> it used to belong to leslie and edward's father. he passed away a few years ago. >> we feel his spirit, and on his behalf we would like to give you the wheelchair. >> it might come in handy forgetting around the house. right now stephanie is using a barrowed chair because of course hers is still sitting in her living room. it was pretty badly damaged when she was hit by a woman driving a black car at this mcdonalds in belmont. she said the woman did stop and even returned a cell phone she knocked off her chair during the collision. >> she gave you back your phone? >> yes, and then she said i will be back. >> and then she took off. >> at the mcdonalds she called her caregiver who was at a nearby restaurant. >> stephanie tells us her caregiver rolled her over here because she noticed that the woman who hit her was making an order at the droif through. drive through. she spotted the car and her caregiver went over and knocked on the window. the woman inside nodded, got her order and then drove away. police have not
her the chair we have? we are not using if. using it? >> it used to belong to leslie andfather. he passed away a few years ago. >> we feel his spirit, and on his behalf we would like to give you the wheelchair. >> it might come in handy forgetting around the house. right now stephanie is using a barrowed chair because of course hers is still sitting in her living room. it was pretty badly damaged when she was hit by a woman driving a black car at this mcdonalds in belmont. she said the woman did stop and even returned a cell phone she knocked off her chair during the collision. >> she gave you back your phone? >> yes, and then she said i will be back. >> and then she took off. >> at the mcdonalds she called her caregiver who was at a nearby restaurant. >> stephanie tells us her caregiver rolled her over here because she noticed that the woman who hit her was making an order at the droif through. drive through. she spotted the car and her caregiver went over and knocked on the window. the woman inside nodded, got her order and then drove away. police have not mentioned any new leads
interesting and leslie stahl reports: >> if he finds fault with mr. obama, he is aiding those who want to destroy him so he's decided not to criticize the president about anything, even black unemployment that's twice the national rate. >> cenk: not criticize the president on anything. that's just so outrageous that it blows me away, but that's considered journalism these days in america. let me bring in a couple people to have the discussion. it's great to have you both here. professor rose, i know that you're a little bit more sympathetic to the critique that cornell west and tavis smiley had but was the language too harsh? >> part of the problem is we're busy personalizing what has been a profound social shift. the right wing has successfully moved the right to the center so the old right is the new center and consequently what would have prettily been the center is now considered the left and so a really full progressive position is almost off the table. so it's not i think the analysis is all that wrong, it is that it is part of a much broader context of the shift. unfortunately,
to come the deep water horizon task force will continue to tire leslie pursue justice in this matter. for this horrible tragedy. i'd like to personally thank task force director john beretta who has done an absolutely remarkable job in leading this investigation as well as the many fine prosecutors from the criminal division, the environment and natural resources division, the u.s. attorney community and the many talented federal and state law enforcement agents who have worked so hard for so long to develop these cases. i would like to thank our colleagues at the securities and exchange commission for their important parallel investigation. with that i would like to turn it over now to my friend and colleague, the director of enforcement at the f.c.c. thank you. >> thank you. i'm director of enforcement at the f.c.c. today we are announcing that b.p. has agreed to pay more than a half billion dollars that it misled investigators about the rate of oil flowing during the deep water horizon disaster. the $525 million penalty represents the third largest civil penalty ever assessed and
to that of one leslie mote lead character of show parks and recreation and calls him her idol and crush. last night she got to meet both. >> welcome, welcome. >> may i'm just came out of your mouth. >> well, it did. >> this isn't happening. this isn't real. >> no, it's happening. i'm delighted to have you here. on behalf of of the president and myself. >> i deeply flattered there is no way i could take over madame secretary's potionz. >> i confident you could do that job. >> i will. >> you have done such a great job in your indiana and thank you for your public service. >> thank you. >> you are very welcome. you're very welcome. you're very welcome. >> you're very handsome. >> very nice. you thank you. >> thank you very much. >> we'll see you tomorrow. >> oh, you will? >> thank you mr. vice president. >> you're welcome. >> you don't let anything happen to him you understand me. he is precious cargo. >> that is awesome. check us out on-line at current.com/thewarroom. one final thing before we go tonight, former mi
. >> leslie page of atlanta landed at s.f.o. with a similar story. >> sometimes i fine the lock has been tampered with, and my valuables are sometimes missing. >> a story tim has read over and over again. he works for the travel blog. >> it's been a low-level buzz for several years, and it seems to have spiked recently. >> he estimates its happened to him two or three times a year. it happened so much he started documenting it with pictures. here's a picture of the tsa lock on his bag before a trip to germany. here's video of the bag coming off the luggage carousel without the lock. >> i can't tell you why. i was told they had keys and my lock would be secure, and in fact -- >> at brookstone san francisco airport location, tsa approved locks sell for 20 bucks and are a popular item. store personnel tell us the combination locks are often sold out. exactly what is happening with the locks? well, that remains a question for debate. >> it may actually be a situation where tsa agents are pilfering items from the bags, and don't want there to be any evidence left over. >> the tsa tells "7 on
by the support of the goodwin foundation. leslie brooks helped organize the effort. >> it's about a community that understands we have to give back to a community if we're going to continue to be whole. >> each bag is filled with butter, eggs, fried goods and a turkey. oakland's unemployment rate is 17%. it's a significantly higher average. >>> all right. weather, looks like the rain is slacking up for a little while. more later this week, brian? >> we did have a pretty good rain last night. boy, when it rains, it poured. in some places in the bay area, almost two inches of rain up in the mountains. i will show you a few totals in a minute. live towards san jose and the numbers, 49 degrees at concord. livermore has 29. santa rosa with fog. rainfall totals look like this. nevada picked up a fifth of an inch of rain. these totals are from the last several hours. they picked up 1.9 inches of rain. san francisco, half an inch. livermore managed 45- hundredths. winter storm warnings are posted throughout the sierra. a few inches posted about 10,000 feet. still the wind gusts could be up to 45 mile
administration was very clear on this that he couldn't spend limit leslie and he knew that this war would impinge on his domestic agenda this was well understood. >> guest: and it did. it didn't affect spending that much in 1965. all that many americans die in 1800 were in 1965. it went from 123,000 to 184,000 of to 400,000 in 1966 which was a terrible year and 550,000 at the time johnson leaves office in early 1969. so, even then it isn't enough to win the war. >> host: would also strikes me as interesting is that we think of the war opposition as astute and there is a way that there is no war, if there is a move what is also striking is the kind of opposition to the war among the chattering class is and the people in business this war had an opposition from the is travel to and from the very beginning. >> guest: actually i don't make much of that. it is true there were a lot of professor is engaged in the teaching movement for instance having been on a college campus i can attest to that. but, actually what is striking about 65 is virtually all of the public opinion polls depending on how you a
in the street at 59th and san pablo. leslie phillips wanted to light candles to remember the victim. >> that boy was 19 years old. >> reporter: she runs a group that teaches people how to treat trauma and rushed over yesterday trying to help, but it was too late. >> when we are here yesterday there were 30 people standing around and watch and they didn't know what to do. >> reporter: she one of many fed up with the violence, four homicides reported in less than 24 hours this holiday weekend. >> it's very heart-breaking. i wish there were none. >> reporter: in oakland, cara liu. >> according to the oakland tribune, the two shooting deaths this morning bring the total number of homicides this year in oakland to 115. now that is five more than all of last year, when oakland saw 110 homicides. >>> the all-time high for homicides in oakland was 175 set back in 1992. >>> a 44-year-old man is under arrest after police say he had fatally shot a teenager who had gotten into a fight with his son. he shot and killed a 17-year- old richmond boy this morning outside of a house in vallejo's g
are just saying this whole patraeus thing is just a hot mess. anita, leslie is here. let's get started. any number of big time men seem to think if they cheat, they are the ones who won't get caught. what is going on out there? >> you should read something about this in usa today. >> i did. i read something about it. some men think they are so above this. but we've seen this happen time and time again. i don't think i'm surprised by this in particular. i'm more surprised by the tactics they went to to conceal it. >> he went all out to make sure he didn't get caught. >> top spy doing what terrorists do and still didn't work. >> you talked about this last night. and let's be real. we admire fidelity but like the idea of scandal and romance. this happened so many times. these are big players on the big stage and the whole nation is interested. this can be in any neighborhood going on. >> when you say we like it, you are saying the media? >> no, it's whole different. let's be real. >> my point was we do not encourage it in what we do or advertise. we don't encourage monogomy. if you look around
of long island, the utility company hopes that it will be back by thanksgiving, lesli. >> oh my goodness. boy, that is just really. i mean i don't have any words for that. we talk about the power outages and that really sort of crystallizes with what they are doing there. thank you. >> wow. topper. that's the reaction from all of it in here. do you know of any other stuff coming down the pike? >> no, they will be jumping for joy over the weekend, up in the new york area. but we still have winds to deal with as they pull away. look at the winds. they are still gusting up to 28 in boston. it is a pretty wide area. it's pretty big. 29 miles per hour wind gusts downtown. and in the ocean city. that's the good news. they will subside. and close in view. so the temperatures in the 50s right now, if you go out, go and dress for the temperatures in the 30s and the 40s. and the wind gust at 25 in manassas and in the 40s. even down towards frederick when you go to 23 miles per hour. 52 downtown. upper 40s in frederick and gaithersburg. and for tonight, clear, breezy, cold. one to two in the pros.
it after leslie johnson pleaded guilty to a corruption case. she initially refused to step down. but eventually she did resign. >>> in the district, vote letters cast their ballots to fill the council chair seat by kwame brown. the winner will complete brown's term which runs through january of 2015. brown, you will recall, resigned back in june after admitting he gave false information on applications to give bank loans worth more than $200,000. d.c. residents have a few more hours to vote on three measures folksed on preventing corruption in the wilson building. proposed charmter amendment 5 asks if members should have the power to expel a member for gross misconduct. the council would have to have a super majority. amendment 6 would make a person leave office and be banned from ever serve in office again. amendment 7 would apply the same penalties to the city's mayor. >>> and make news 4 and nbc washington.com your election headquarters tonight. we'll have live continuing coverage throughout the evening. still ahead, we'll see what's buzzing on social media this election day.
in prince george's county. it was spear headed after former council executive leslie johnson was convicted. initially, she refused to resign from office. eventually, she did step down. the question is a politician will automatically step down from office after be pleading guilty. >>> kwame brown resigned from the council back in june after admitting he gave false information on applications to obtain two bank loans worth more than $200,000. voters will cast their ballots for d.c. council member phil mendelson or democratic challenger calvin gurley. the winner will complete brown's term which runs through january 22nd, 2013. that means another race will take place in 2014. >>> senate candidates tim kaine and george allen will vote right after polls open. kaine and his wife will vote in richmond. allen and his wife are casting their vote in alexandria and will travel to several precincts in the commonwealth. polls show kaine has a slight lead over allen. >> and virginiians can start voting in that race in less than 30 minutes. polls in the commonwealth open at 6:00 this morning. they close a
's council woman leslie johnson. johnson pleaded guilty to charges in connection to a corruption probe that netted her husband, former county executive jack johnson. bau loophole in the law did not force her to step down after the guilty plea, and she continued to collect a salary. a vote for a constitutional amendment on question 3 would change that. meaning a politician would be removed at the time of a guilty plea, or in the case of a trial, would be suspended upon conviction and then removed after sentencing. question 4 allows immigrants who are in this country illegally to qualify for in-state tuition rates at maryland colleges. students, though, must meet certain requirements, including graduation from a state high school, proof that income taxes have been paid and show intent to apply for permanent residency. also on the ballot, question 5, which changes the boundaries of maryland's eighth congressional district which is currently held by chris van holen and is mainly in montgomery county. and questions 1 and 2, which would require judges of the orphans court for prince george's
intelligence. on capitol hill, daniel nottingham. lesli, back to you. >>> and top national security officials were on capitol hill this week to deal with the fallout from the petraeus sex scandal. and defense secretary panetta has ordered a review of ethics training for all military officers. >>> less than 24 hours after a not guilty verdict shocked the bowie state university community, people are still talking about this case. i'm talking about the murder trial of alexis simpson, the girl accused of killing her roommate, dominique frazier, which was closely followed on social media. andrea mccarren was on campus when the verdict came down. >> reporter: there is a mix of emotions. shock. sadness. and relief that this high- profile murder case appears to be over. >> a lot of students are disappointed. a lot of people were shocked, when i saw the news. i s like whoa, wow. >> reporter: the bowie state university campus is healing, after a violent fight between roommates ended in death and traumatized the school community. >> i think it's tragic. but at the same time, i heard she was bullied and
demonstration that went very wrong on live tv. anita? >>> lesli, i'm here in clifton, virginia, their generator was close to running out after sandy blew through. fortunately the lights are back on here and we have an amazing story to share. we'll see you after the break. >>> we have a very personal account of what prolonged outages could mean to families in our region. i'm anita brikman and i'm at the nichols home in virginia. they are loyal viewers of ours. thank you for inviting us into your home. steve has als, ventilator dependent. so the power outage was becoming a critical situation for them. i want to share a little bit of an e-mail that she sent to me yesterday. she wrote dear anita, i want to personally thank you for being our beacon in ery storm. my husband, steve, waits for your telecast each evening before i get him into bed. he as als, a top-of-the-line disability. he does not move or speak, but oh that smile. he's ventilator, dependent, the machine breathes for them so those of us who love him have one more day and the day after that. we are waiting for our power to be restored h
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of possible salmonella contamination. leslie says the contamination could occoccurred in the last month batches. the contamination was called by a in greeting from a supplier and the in britain has been recalled. >> an outbreak of e. coli infections tied believe to be tied to organic spinach is being investigated. the mix was mainly sold on the east coast. it has been since recalled it was so between october 14th and november 1st. an update on the meningitis outbreak massachusetts company with the same founders as the pharmacy tied to the deadly outbreaks says they are laying off all of their and employees the company laid off from 650 employes yesterday. a spokesperson said they hope the layoffs will be temporary. regulators asked the company to remain closed until later this month. >> there is truth to on-line buzz that home pregnancy test can detect some type of testicular cancer in men. a quick to the american cancer society pregnancy test worked i detected a certain hormone produced by the cells of the placenta is best as a woman's placenta during pregnancy. not all testicular canc
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again, but you gotta hear what he said. - leslie's been saying for weeks i should do something i love, and she's right. and i'll help tom or maybe try to do that tv thing or maybe work for the sweetums foundation. i don't know. life is short. why be an accountant, you know? i mean, other than the stability and the health plan and the above-average pay. oh, god, this better work out. >>> tonight on "rock center," we'll go inside the four-star lifestyle in light of the petraeus scandal. we'll look at the privileges and >>> also harry smith reports on one of the only people to go to jail for the financial crisis. he's not a big shop banker, just a marathoner who made the same mistake others did trying to get a mortgage, except he uncovered a federal agent wearing a wire. >> i opened the door and there is this very attractive brunette standing there. >>> also the master bomb maker. tonight richard engle tracks a terrorist that may be the most dangerous bomber in the world. it's a story that may better explain why airport security is the way it is in our country. >>> and natalie morales vo
coste cost the people more? in the daily beast, leslie gelb said nettanyahu can argue a new israeli offer would be greeted as a sign of weakness, but those rationalizations find less and less resonance worldwide. even among those whose hearts are with israel. so does netanyahu lose something in being so bellicose rather than focusing on another attempt at the peace process? >> he may lose something in his leader, in the eyes of the world opinion, but that doesn't matter so much to him. he has an election two months from now. that matters a lot, and israel doesn't pay a big price for this. what does israel want from the world? it wants support from the united states, from the west for its position. it has that. and the obama administration over the last seven or eight days has repeatedly reiterated that position. it wants markets and access like any other country for its economic activity. it still has that. so israel hasn't yet paid a deep economic price. it has paid a price in uncertainty. it has paid a price in the nervousness and the lives that we were just discussing of the peop
executive at her and leslie bowman, current executive dirt for their support in the past into the present. this is a magnificent resource in the standard set of monticello is perhaps the leading public history study of slavery in the united states. the study of that subject is really very difficult for a number of reasons. one is that it's so hard to get the documents in the other is a psychological impediments that we americans have that best described by the theologian who also happens to be the father of my editors said americans by her own traditions of the most innocent people on earth. we never do anything wrong as a people and as a country. so becomes difficult for us to learn anything from the past because there was never any right and wrong. we always come out innocent. so when one encounters a phenomenon such as slavery, which seems so palpably evil, we have to find some way to deal with it a leadership happened with paradox, which means we suspend all judgment and say we just can't figure out the people of that time. i mentioned i was spending many months upstairs pouring over
ptacek is here to spoil your appetite once again. >> lesli and derek, to make our list, they had to not only have repeat violations, we only put places under surveillance for investigation where we'd already found problems that they should have known someone would be watching. sir, take your hands off the equipment. we've been tracking his store and four others ever since inspectors closed them citing food dangers and we broadcast issues we found ourselves after they'd passed reinspections. shortly after we found that rat ad mid-city deli near logan sir -- at mid city deli near logan circle in april. it hasn't reopened. at evergreen supermarket in temple hills it closed, too. the others are open. >> this is second time you come here, right? >> reporter: our first time at circle seven express on martin luther king avenue southeast we found this outdated baloney. inspectors had closed circle seven twice for food dangers citing rotten produce, live roaches, mice and outdated merchandise including baby food. we'd already found this outdated juice when the manager found us. >> leave
. >> she disappeared from just a few feet away. it's devastating. >> reporter: doug leslie from a neighboring town knew his 15-year-old daughter loren was in trouble when he got a late night phone call. >> i get a call from the cops saying, asking if loren there was. i said what's going on. they said if loren is home somebody is using her i.d. i thought that was strange. >> what does that mean >> they found her i.d. in a vehicle. >> reporter: doug began driving along the highway of tears until he found police lights. his daughter's body had been discovered. >> she was molested. beat over the head with a pipe wrench and her throat was cut. >> who could do such a thing? >> not a human for sure. >> reporter: "48 hours" spent months following the cases along the highway of tears. now after decades of despair there is hope. >> peter, we have a major break in this case and it involves an american. >> peter van sant joins us at the table. what a nice way to end piece. that's a tease. what do authorities know about the american suspect? >> his name is bobby jack fowler. he lived in 11 d
support over the years and also to up the former executive director of monticello and leslie bowman, the current executive director for their support in the past and in the present. this is a magnificent resource. as andrew says, monticello is, perhaps, a leading public history site for the study of slavery in the united states. that -- the study of that subject is really very difficult for a number of reasons. one is, it's so hard to get the documents, and the other is the psychological impediments that we americans have in that, as described by one hold, the theologian who also happens to be the father of my editor, he said, americans buy our own traditions of the most innocent people on earth. we never do anything wrong as a people and as a country. it becomes very difficult for us to learn anything from the past because there was never any right or wrong. it's always, you know, we always come out innocent. and so when one encounters a phenomenon such as slavery, which seems so palpably evil, we have to find some way of dealing with it, and we usually rapid in that word, paradox,
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of "parks and recreation" on our sister network nbc. amy poehler's character leslie knope apparently loses control during their meeting, according to "entertainment weekly." >>> and a mother who gave birth in kenya decided to name her newborn twins barack obama and mitt romney. the first one was barack, and the second is baby mitt. they are both adorable. >>> if you read one thing, this is a breakthrough election for women. my must read is about a 9-year-old football player, a girl who has a highlight reel you have to see to believe. she is so fast. it's up on our facebook page at facebook/jansingco. how? cdw and hp networking implemented a virtual application network that reduces the time to deploy cloud applications from months to minutes. with fewer bottlenecks like this. finally. charles! client golf. aim for the lake. really? i just finished a bowl of your new light chicken pot pie soup and it's so rich and creamy... is it really 100 calories? let me put you on webcan... ...lean roasted chicken... and a creamy broth mmm i can still see you. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta tast
of articles and the editor in chief leslie seymour is here and constance white, "essence" magazine's editor in chief. good to see you both. good morning. you have sex, lies and trousergate. >> from 2008. >> it's the most evergreen set of articles we've ever had. >> we had all these great writers from the susan cheever to others write for us and saying what are they doing in response to spitzer and edwards so here is the most evergreen thing and reintroduce it every six months. what is it with these guys. >> it's irrelevant. >> it's totally relevant. >> schwarzenegger, clinton, do they never learn. >> that's why we care, because they never learn and because it seems to be part and parcel of life these days. misbehaving. >> but i think it's time to grow up, guys. i mean really and especially in the e-mail age and the twitter age, all of this, if you think and especially if you're the head of the cia, if you think that this is going to somehow remain undiscovered, that's the other part. do you really today you've seen all your friends taken down. as i say, al qaeda didn't need a dirty bomb it
primetime television debut last night on nbc's "parks and recreation." >> you must be leslie. welcome. welcome. >> you're -- my -- my name just came out of your mouth. >> well yeah. it did. >> well, this isn't happening. this isn't real. >> no, it's happening. i'm delighted to have you here. you've done such a great job in your town and the state of indiana. i just want to say congratulations for your public service. >> i just want to say thank you. >> well, you are very welcome. you're very welcome. you're very welcome. >> details of the petraeus sex scandal seem stranger than fiction. you're not alone. comedy central's steven colbert has had enough. >> bottom line it's a soap opera and it is done. we should all move on. >> oh, this is far from over. >> susan lucci! >> oh, yes. and there's more. general petraeus has developed amnesia. and can't remember that he's pregnant! by his own evil twin! who's in a coma. >> that doesn't make any sense. >> how dare you? >> and that does wrap up this hour of jansing & company on a friday. thomas roberts is up next. susan lucci looking good. >> e
victims. leslie bernstein: we have a program here at the university of southern california called the cancer surveillance program. this is one of a number of population based cancer registries around the country. a population based cancer registry defines geographic boundaries of a population and then collects information on cancer that develops in the population living within that geographic boundary. in the late 1970s, brian henderson was working at a mission hospital in new guinea when the chinese government asked him to be a consultant on cancer. dr. henderson: premiere zhou en lai had bladder cancer. in the course of his illness, he became interested in cancer and actually was a mover in getting a national register of cancer cases. a million barefoot doctors in every village in china recorded every cause of death. and then, the chinese, using relatively unsophisticated computer technology made maps of the distribution of cancer. they knew where concentrations of cancer victims were located, but not why. why was there more stomach cancer in certain parts of the country... more
have provided some interesting insights. leslie bernstein: i was involved in a randomized, controlled clinical trial of hospice care that was conducted in a v.a. hospital in los angeles county. we found much greater satisfaction with the type of care the patient received, both from the patient's point-of-view and their significant other's point-of-view. we thought we would see differences in pain management because hospice has this very... futuristic outlook that you manage the pain in any way you can, whatever drugs are required. but what we found was that the levels of pain and the pain experience of the hospice patients was really not too different from that for the other patients in the hospital. because of that, we went back to research how pain management had changed at this v.a. hospital over time, because what we suspected and what we were able to prove was that having a hospice in the hospital changed the way pain was managed by other units in the hospital. hospice care can be provided in the home or in specialized care settings. typically what'll happen is we help them set u
: the larger question with this inquiry is whether this journalist, leslie geld received classified information that with us not authorized in a briefing by the cia director, or the director of national intelligence. this is just an inquiry at this point, but congressman king told fox that this may be the first step toward a more formal criminal investigation, martha. martha: catherine, thank you very much. >> reporter: you're welcome. bill: there are new reports that president obama's top adviser valerie skwrerette may have been involved in secret talks with iran. now why would that be? martha: plus, why the pilot on this terrifying plane midnight is back in the headlines today. more from "america's newsroom" after this. bill: now we find a federal judge in texas expected to rule today on whether or not a jet blues airlines pilot that disrupted a flight can go free. this was a terrifying scene on the flight from new york to las vegas. the pilot running through the plane yelling things like, terrorists can go free. the ruling will come months after he was found guilty by reason of insanity. the
competitive about the day. 4-year-old leslie, his 3-year-old brother, luke. take a listen. >> mitt romney wins. >> i'm mitt romney. >> no, no. you're president obama. you didn't win. >> hey. >> no. i win. >> i win. >> i win. >> i win. >> mitt romney wins. >> i win. >> i win. >> oh. >> oh, no. >> hopefully not a preview of things to come this evening. remember abigael? it's almost over abi. take a look. >> because -- i'm crying because i'm tired of barack obama and mitt romney. >> that's why you're crying? oh. it will be over soon, abi. okay? the election will be over soon. okay? >> okay. >> oh. i'm doing my own sleep study. advil pm® or tylenol pm. the advil pm® guy is spending less time lying awake with annoying aches and pains and more time asleep. advil pm®. the difference is a better night's sleep. ♪ ♪ ♪ grown in america. picked and packed at the peak of ripeness. the same essential nutrients as fresh. del monte. bursting with life. good morning, it is election day and maryland voters will answer some key ballot questions today. they will decide whether to gambling, legalized same
much, i'm mary leslie. >> thank you. >> i'm david -- [inaudible] the chief of joint operations. i work at the northwood headquarters. >> thank you. >> commander 12th mechanized brigade and i command a force at helmand. >> james stephenson, i'm currently a member at the royal college of defense studies but came out of afghanistan about two-and-a-half months ago having been deputy commander army within the nato training mission in afghanistan. >> right. well, thank you very much, indeed let's begin by asking a general question. how are things going in helmand in terms of the level of violence? give us a rundown of how things are going and when you think it will get better, stay the same, get worse? who will like to begin? >> i'll start, and then i think i should give the recent task force commander the floor. my judgment is that our progress is being delivered, that we are increasingly seeing an apparatus that is becoming more confident and that the levels of violence are beginning to go down and that we are also seeing much more ownership by the afghan national security forces across th
if they are part of the street. if they are not, we have to do all of this investigatory stuff. and leslie kayaleh the last resort -- and lastly, the last resort would be to sign a provisional about it. i do not think people do the research to see that they can be prosecuted. in 2010 when dan eloida was elected, there were some questionable things going on in bridgeport. i believe in a fair process of voting. i have actually kicked out of the lawyers, or told them that people cannot bring paraphernalia that influences any other boater. -- voter. i am very honest about my job. i am not allowed to stay darn thing about who people should vote for. that is not my job. my job is to make sure the voting is fair. that is what i'm going to be doing tomorrow. i think you guys are leaning toward the democrats. host: michael, by "q geist" who do you mean -- by "you guys" who do you mean? caller: he is more on the side of the republicans that on the democrats. i do not trust this process of these guys checking out the polls because i think the are leaning toward the democrats. everybody does their job and th
and will not set women back 50 years and finally leslie says i think equal pay for equal work is the most pressing issue for women this election. what do you think? i'll get back to you on that. this is referring to the 2009 lilly ledbetter fair pay act and i know, diane, you spoke to governor romney about this. he said while he didn't support it at the time, if he were elected he would not repeal it. but that lack of support, i think, did influence a number of women out there. >> yes, and then ultimately he wouldn't tell me. he would not say whether he, indeed, would have signed it if it came to his desk. i don't believe he ever said he would have signed it if it came to his desk. so, cokie, on this issue of the single ladies out there and other women -- what do you think? >> i'm certainly seeing single ladies being overwhelmingly for president obama as they were four years ago and there's no real falloff there, but i was just looking to see if we had a number on that abortion question to see if that seems to be the indicator. the problem is people tend to say when you ask about, you know, what i
and the corporate sector represented by my friend of over 30 years, leslie horton. [applause] thank you. so before we start today, let me just review the format. charlie and stu are going to come up after they have been formally introduced, and they're going to speak each for 15 minutes, and then we're going to try and make this very interactive. and i hope that you'll ask lots of questions. we're going to have roving microphones, as we always do, and i'll be fielding those questions. so just, please, identify yourself when you ask the questions, and we'll try and get to as many of them as we can. i'm just going to make one comment with regard to a survey form that is, that are at your table. this is a complimentary breakfast, complimentary leading authorities and our sponsors. we ask that you do only one thing before you leave today, and that is to complete that form which'll take you less than 60 seconds. and before you leave hand it either to your leading authorities representative at your table or your host. thank you very much. and now let's start the show. let's roll the video. >> leading au
plays the woman leslie on the show. she's had a long crush on biden. in the show, she describes her ideal man as having the brains of george clooney and the body of joe biden. [ laughter ] we'll see that episode next week. >> bill: that's going to be fun. just let him go. >> joe biden is sort of a situation comedy. i would watch him! biden cam. >> nate silver's celebrity status has skyrocketed since the popular 538 "new york times" blogger correctly predicted 49 out of 50 state vote outcomes and he could go 50-50 depending on how florida turns out. sales of his book have jumped 850% on amazon. the signal and the noise now number two right behind the third wheel diary of a wimpy kid book seven. >> bill: nate silver, he was either going to have egg on his face on wednesday morning or celebrated as right on once again. >> nate silver said the data matters more than anything else. that's what he happens with the signal versus the noise. don't be emotional about the data. read it and understand it. he did. >> i
. be healthy. >> leslie is recalling more than 2000 canisters of next quick because of possible salmonella contamination. the bottle the bottom of the canister was a best used by october 2014. there's also a promotion for the disney promotion reckitt ralph. no illnesses have been reported. in a live look outside what a beautiful day in san francisco. rabbi jack it though is chilly out there. [ male announcer ] are you ready for tomorrow's technology today? then switch to at&t u-verse tv. add the wireless receiver exclusively from at&t, and you're no longer tied to the tv outlet. move your tv wherever you want in your home...even outside. [ megan ] call now and switch to u-verse for just $29 a month for six months, with a total home dvr included, free for life. add hbo and cinemax and get the first three months free. plus you can bundle tv and u-verse high speed internet with speeds up to 24 megs. [ male announcer ] our total home dvr lets you record four shows at once... and play them back in any room. every channel is in 100-percent, crystal-clear digital picture and sound. and you can up
this information to dr. leslie geld, and if this warrants a further criminal referral. this is a serious matter. to have a journalist be given access to the top secrets of the united states and not have it come from the cia, not have it come from the director of national intelligence, this seems to have been given to him by someone in the white house. >> reporter: fox news has requested comment from mr. geld's office, and we'll bring that to you when we get it. classified documents will now be made available at a special meeting on capitol hill due to take place within the next few hours. this, though, is in camera which means that lawmakers cannot make copies and take any of those documents with them, jon, so with some access, but it is limbed. jon: and very quickly, just fair to say that none of these developments are making the white house's handling of all this look any better. >> reporter: i'll let the viewers decide on that one. [laughter] jon: fair enough. catherine herridge, thank you. >> reporter: you're welcome. jamie: they are so storm weary at this point. hundreds of thousands of re
on over and over again during the same old thing. it's just crazy. host: a couple more calls. leslie sanchez writes about the gop's latino opportunity, in a wall street journal -- that's from this morning. wayne has been hanging on from cleveland. caller: good morning. i don't think the republican party has to change. i agree with the young lady before me. it is the principle of the party that attracts you to the party. the republican party has a messaging problem. one of the things republican party has done is walk away from teaching. if you go back during the reagan era, he was very eloquent at teaching people the principles of the party. if the party goes out and teaches its principles to all the demographics regardless of the demographics and stands by those principles, nobody wants democratic life. why would we go votes for democratic light if we want the real deal? the republicans need to get their principal straight and talk to people about their principles. host: in the post today -- ashley is calling from georgia. caller: good morning. i don't think the republican party need
yourselves? >> thank you very much. i'm mariot leslie, representative to nato. >> and i am david capewell, chief operations. i work at the northwood reporters. >> i command it home and -- >> jane stevenson, currently number at the royal college defense studies of afghanistan months ago. within the nato training commission within afghanistan. well, thank you earning much indeed. let's begin by asking a general question. how are things going in home and in of violence? give us an idea of how things are going and whether you think you will get better come to state the same, get worse. who would like to begin? >> i think i should give the recent task force command. >> my judgment is that progress is being delivered, that we are increasingly seeing enough to the charity apparatus becoming more confident and vibrant. the levels of violence are beginning to go down and we have also seen much more ownership by the afghan national security forces across the whole of them. i think that is true across also the rest of afghanistan and i also think we are seen much more independent thought rdf gives t
sites that are vulnerable to future disasters. leslie to survey the damage, we have got to remember that superstorm sandy is a sign of things to come. in this changing climate, the reluctance in this committee to look at the changes in global temperature is very difficult to understand. making weather like sandy more and more common. we had the opportunity in this committee to make sure the northeast recovers and rebuilds, i thank my colleague, all of them, who had taken an interest here. the experience that we have learned. >> that legislation you describe is very appropriate and i am looking forward to meeting with details when you get them. -senator whitehouse. >> i will be briefer than my colleagues. i was here for an earlier hearing and made a similar statements. i don't want to be redundant the hurricanes and the hit rhode island hard, but 9.5 ft crest at fox point at fox point was the highest ever on record, we have 130,000 homes and businesses lose power which is a significant portion of a stake of 1 million people, the southern coast of rhode island was hit hardest, the wes
on the population now is the one child policy it means you have leslie burr coming into the market and that goes to this critical issue of what we did in the middle-income trap how you increase the productivity and keep growth going when you start to get five to six, $7,000 income because some of the things we have to be flexible when you open the service sector would actually help the united states the trade patterns, the logistics, the supply chain investment and is talking with one of them today or last night whose major company was brought up by a chinese company you are going to see the whole for what's important by these people to recognize not just in trade or growth but with its investment, repentances, tourism, logistics change, the system is going to go through a transformation to beat each of those provide some opportunities >> look, the u.s. has been growing at maybe 2% which is not good, and that's the fastest of pretty much the whole advanced world and that tells you what is wrong and has been wrong and it is a mess for both of a developed. >> what do you make of this -- >> if you
force will continue to tire leslie pursue justice in this matter. i'd like to personally thank task force director john beretta who has done an absolutely remarkable job in leading this investigation as well as the many fine prosecutors from the criminal division, the environment and natural resources division, the u.s. attorney community and the many talented federal and state law enforcement agents who have worked so hard for so long to develop these cases. i would like to thank our colleagues at the securities and exchange commission for their important parallel investigation. with that i would like to turn it over now to my friend and colleague, the director of enforcement at the f.c.c. thank you. >> thank you. i'm director of enforcement at the f.c.c. today we are announcing that b.p. has agreed to pay more than a half billion dollars that it misled investigators about the rate of oil flowing during the deep water horizon disaster. the $525 million penalty represents the third largest civil penalty aftersaysed and those fund will be used to compensate harmed investors for losse
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